Happy Holidays my friends. I’m excited to be sharing with you a fun little table setting that I’ve been wanting to try for a long time, so when the opportunity came up to participate in the 25 Days of Christmas Movie inspired crafts and recipes, it was the perfect time to bring to life my Frosty the Snowman Table Setting.
If you’re here from PS I Love You Crafts, then welcome. Didn’t you just love her gorgeous vintage bottle Christmas ornaments? So pretty!
We have 25 talented bloggers gathered together to share with you all the wonderful crafts and recipes you can make this Christmas season, based off of some of the most beloved holiday classic films. Each blogger will lead you to the next, so be sure to finish the hop all the way through to the end for all the Christmas movie goodies!
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Christmas is my favourite holiday; from the decorations, to the baking, the spiked egg nog; I just love it all. Since we are chronic binge watchers (and were doing it WAY before it was “a thing”), Christmas movies have also played a special role in our family traditions. One of my girl’s favourites is Frosty the Snowman, which I also loved as a kid.
Everything on this table (with the exception of the milk bottles) was found at thrift stores, and I love how it all came together. The table cloth is actually a tree skirt and the padding sort of reminds me of snow.
These fun red snowflake plates were a huge score, and once I saw the cake platter that coordinated, I knew it was meant to be. For my little treat table, I put out powdered donuts and red velvet cupcakes with milk. The kids LOVED this blog post choice and devoured everything on this table in two seconds flat.
The snowman hats were a last minute decision and they really bring the snowman aspect of this table setting to life. Haha! Did you see what I did there???
This fun little Frosty the Snowman table setting was a lot of fun to put together and I might even leave it in place so the kids can have a special place to eat their Christmas dinner this year. Happy Holidays my friends.
Please be sure to check out the next stop on the hop, which is Mommy Scene where she will show you how to make Turkish Delight inspired by the movie The Chronicles of Narnia.
See you soon my friends,